Readers have requested I do an article on how to build a survival fortification.
So here it is.
-I often hear of people in America living in wooden houses who have storm shutters that cover their windows, made of ply wood-so long as you understand these are only storm shutters and a wooden house wont stop bullets, and in no way make your house a fortress , then go ahead, they may help for storms … but thats not what we are discussing.
Firstly we need to establish your strategy, to determine the answer to the question of fortification.
Are you bugging-in or out, are you planning on building them before or after an event, what are your foreseeable threats, how big will your labor force be to build it and how big is your garrison that need shelter and food stored inside for a siege , what force could you expect to attack you and finally what is your budget ?
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Recreation in a post apocalypse should be prepared for.
boardgames like chess or monopoly, packs of cards ( great for a bug out bag), musical instruments (I carry a harmonica in BOB) and books can offer some respite from the boredom that is bound to ensue after TV and other electronic entertainments have faded.
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Licensing a firearm in South Africa can take anything up-to a year and so many don’t bother and few gun shops survive the lack of cash flow.
According to the new law you may only have one hand gun and only one gun under section 13 which is for self-defense
this is also the only semi-auto weapon you are allowed, under conventional circumstances.
This dictates, that if you need a firearm for self defense, you should buy the best and most versatile handgun you can.
the 3 most common weapons i see purchased are the following 3 :
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